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Braves All-time Line-Up
The Braves have played in the National League since 1876. Here’s one view of the greatest by position to don the uniform during the past 133 seasons (let the debate begin):
C, Javy Lopez
A .287 hitter in 11 seasons as a Brave, Lopez hit 214 homers (eighth in franchise history), slugged .502 (sixth in franchise history) and drove in 694 runs.
1B, Fred Tenney
A .300 hitter with the Braves from 1894-1911, Tenney struck out just 43 times in 6,637 at-bats. Topped 150 hits seven times, scored 100-plus runs three times and stole 260 career bases.
2B, Glenn Hubbard
A position weak on longevity in franchise history, Hubbard played 1,180 games. Finished with a .983 fielding percentage; third in franchise history in double plays (881) and fifth in assists (4,045).
SS, Rabbit Maranville
Hall of Famer spent 11 seasons at short for the Braves. Franchise leader in double plays turned (983) and triples (103), eighth in stolen bases (194) and ninth in doubles (244).
3B, Chipper Jones
One of the greatest switch-hitters in history. A career .310 average, over 400 career home runs and 2,200 career hits – so far. The 1999 NL MVP, Jones earns the nod over Hall of Famer Eddie Mathews.
LF, Dale Murphy
The face of the franchise in the ’80s, “Murph” won back-to-back NL MVP awards in 1982-83. Hit 20-plus homers 10 times and topped 100 RBIs five times. A seven-time All-Star who won five Gold Gloves and finished in the top 10 in hitting twice.
CF, Andruw Jones
A 10-time Gold Glove winner and five-time All-Star who topped 30 homers six times. Jones drove in more than 100 runs five different seasons, stole 20-plus bases four consecutive seasons and was MVP runner-up in 2005.
RF, Hank Aaron
Second all-time with 755 homers, 733 in a Braves uniform. A .310 hitter in his 21 seasons with the franchise, Aaron is the all-time Braves leader in homers, hits (3,600), RBIs (2,202) and total bases (6,591). Also won three Gold Gloves and stole 240 bases as a Brave. Named an All-Star 25 times.
P, Warren Spahn
The 1957 Cy Young winner, Spahn won 356 games with the Braves, topped 20 wins 13 times (leading the NL eight times), finished with 2,583 career strikeouts (leading the NL four years in a row from 1949-52) and was a 17-time All-Star.
Bud L. Ellis